How Best to Protect People’s Data Privacy and Security in RFID Environments: Public Policy and Technology Approaches

RSA Conference Europe 2006

Nice, France

October 25, 2006
[Past Event]

On October 25, J.C. Boggs led the panel session "How best to protect people’s data privacy and security in RFID environments: public policy and technology approaches" at the RSA Conference Europe held in Nice, France. 

This program examined recent developments in the European and global RFID marketplace, and whether these trends point to an increase or decrease in the exposure of consumers’ and citizens’ sensitive data to privacy and security risks.

The panel discussed how recent and future technological innovations can help address legitimate concerns, and what policies should be adopted by regulators to facilitate the protection of privacy and security.  Mr. Boggs was joined on the panel by Toby Stevens, Information Security Expert with the Enterprise Privacy Group and Gunter Bitz, Information Security Manager for SAP AG. 

The RSA Conference Europe 2006 is the foremost information security event in Europe. The conference offers a full program of educational sessions, exhibits and  networking opportunities with information security professionals from all organizational levels. With a reputation for its high-calibre of speakers and unbiased content, it provides a unique opportunity to gain the latest visions and trends along with the information and education needed to keep current and stay ahead of information security threats.

For more information on the conference, please visit  http://2006.rsaconference.com/europe/